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- Battleship Massachusetts (plus the Destroyer USS Kennedy and Submarine Lionfish) - Battleship Cove, located on Fall River’s Waterfront, is home to the world’s largest collection of historic naval ships, five National Historic Landmarks and Massachusetts' official veterans memorial for World War II and the Korean, Vietnam and Persian Gulf wars. For information call 508-678-1100 or visit battleshipcove.org
- NARROWS CENTER FOR THE ARTS -16 Anawan Street, Fall River, live concerts by famous artists. For more information call 508-324-1926 or visit narrowscenter.org.
- THE MARINE MUSEUM - 70 Water Street, Fall River, interprets Maritime history through photographs, paintings, prints, detailed models and period artifacts. The museum features exhibits on the Fall River Line, RMS Titanic, SS Andrea Doria, HMS Bounty, Massachusetts Colonial Navy and more. For more information call 508-674-3533.
- THE CAROUSEL AT BATTLESHIP COVE - 1 Central Street, Fall River, features a fully restored 1920 Philadelphia Toboggan Co. Carousel No. 54 and boasts 48 hand-painted, hand carved horses and 2 chariots. For information call 508-678-1100.
- THE OLD COLONY AND FALL RIVER RAILROAD MUSEUM - 2 Water Street, is dedicated to the preservation of railroading in Fall River & New England. For more information call 508-674-9340 or visit ocandfrrailroadmuseum.com.
- BORDEN FLATS LIGHTHOUSE - Located not far from the Marina, they plan on tours in the near future. Check out their website for more information: bordenflats.com.
A Short Ride
- THE LIZZIE BORDEN BED & BREAKFAST - 92 Second Street, Fall River, Hosts guided tours daily. Learn about the ax, the whacks and the facts. For more information call 508-675-7333
- THE FALL RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY - 451 Rock Street, Fall River features the world's largest collection of Lizzie Borden memorabilia, city memorabilia, Victorian furnishings, art and more. For more information, call 508-679-1071 or visit lizzieborden.org.